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Gen. Linda J. Stierle provided opening remarks. Members from each “goal and breakthrough area” discussed their objectives and progress. Brig. Gen. Irene Trowell-Harris from the Air National Guard and Brig. Gen. Sharon Mailey from the Air Force Reserve shared their visions and expectations. 1997 The Tri-Service Nursing Research Program increased the dissemination of research findings by chief nurse researchers. In 1997 more than thirty Air Force nurses presented fifteen research posters at national conferences, presented three papers at research conferences, and submitted five manuscripts for publication in professional journals.
Col. Norma Parsons Erb (retired), the first nurse commissioned in that organization, was the guest of honor. Colonel Erb had previously been commissioned in the Army Air Corps and Air Force Nurse Corps prior to her National Guard commissioning. 41 Medics from the 2d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron treat wounded Afghan freedom fighters who are being transported aboard a C–141B Starlifter aircraft from Pakistan to the United States for treatment. Rhein-Main Air Base, Germany, December 1986. 1987 March: DOD sponsored a National Nursing Executive Conference to address the national nursing shortage and the wartime nursing shortage.
Female married nurses who had no dependents under the age of eighteen and who would accept worldwide assignments became eligible for commissioning in the Air Force Nurse Corps. 24 January: Because of the buildup for the Vietnam War, a special Selective Service draft call for male nurses was initiated. Although the Air Force did not participate in this draft, it received an increased number of applications for male nurses. Requirements in Southeast Asia led to an increased procurement objective for Air Force nurses from 769 to 970.